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State of Alert – Israel style

‘When it comes to security, Europe is still in a state of denial’ – (Michal Marmary, Homeland Security Tel Aviv)
Recent suicide attacks in Paris, Brussels, Nice and Berlin have greatly increased focus on civilian safety in Europe. More and more, politicians, security experts and the media refer to Israel as a model of well-organized civilian security. Some even talk about the ‘Israelisation of Europe’. But what exactly is the Israeli security model? Can it be applied in Europe and what world view would our continent be importing along ith it?

After the recent terror attacks in Europe, a golden age has dawned for Israeli businesses, with the export of security expertise and technology. Companies such as Radwin, Faception and Magal S-3 are now at the vanguard when it comes to camera surveillance, automated border control and facial recognition. But what kind of ‘state of mind’ is Europe now importing into its police departments, security services and city authorities? What makes the Israeli model so characteristic and successful that the European authorities are getting so enthusiastic about it? And what are the consequences of applying such a model?

Originally broadcasted by VPRO in 2017.
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The Procedure

The Procedure from calvin reeder on Vimeo.

A man is kidnapped and forced to endure a strange experiment.

Winner of the Sundance Short Film Jury Award: U.S Fiction.

"'The Procedure': A Parking Lot Kidnapping with Unexpected Consequences" — read the Vimeo Q&A with director Calvin Reeder: https://vimeo.com/blog/post/staff-pick-premiere-the-procedure-a-parking-lot-ki

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Money for free


Michael Bohmeyer, a young German, has started a crowdfunding campaign for an unconditional basic income. With every 12,000 euros raised, one person gets an income of 1000 euros per month for a year. So far, eight people have been receiving this basic income. There are no obligations other than to submit themselves to research into how this effects their lives. In New York, Michael meets venture investor Albert Wenger who has been thinking about basic income for years. With his company he invested in many






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